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One of the best Monty Python Lines from The Life of Brian From a review: One of my fave films of all time, this film has so many laugh-out-loud jokes and ridiculous thought processes that it would probably be unfair to pick out just a few. Tough - I'm going to: John Cleese as the legionnary Latin teacher rebuking Brian not for daring to use graffiti on the Roman fort but for using the wrong tense, Michael Palin trying to find his place in life as an ex-leper, Terry Jones as Brian's mother trying to protect him from myrrh - let's face it, we've all wondered what myrrh is ! The bit that always makes me laugh without fail is something that isn't always noticed - when Michael Palin is having a go at the guards; "Do you find it risible when I say the name of my friend Biggus Diccus ?" if you look carefully you'll see that Palin is trying really hard not to laugh. Puerile, silly but also very very clever. This film doesn't criticise religion or Jesus in any way ( what was wrong with the people who tried to ban it ? ) - it's just asking what it could have been like in a society that was expecting the Messiah to show up at any moment, and covering it in a massive coating of comedy.
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This is from a photograph taken at il Duomo di Firenze (Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore). This statue is above and to the left of the main door to the cathedral. It is of Pope Celestine I. Why he’s depicted with his middle finger extended is unknown. Maybe it’s to ward of pigeons (“shoot the bird”), or perhaps it’s making a statement. Our interpretation is it’s his (and thus, the Catholic Church’s) attitude toward everybody. A bold way to tell people to go F*** themselves.
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